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creating a healthy environment for her and her family. >> there are so many toxic chemicals in trusted brands that all have of these chemicals that are are untested in them. there's basically no law right now that protects us. so we have to be the ones to protect ourselves. so this book is really just an easy guide on how to do that. >> that was alba talking. she likes to recycle and reuse her old stuff adding that everyone can do the tricks she learned using ingredients from her own home. we saw her last night for the big front row fashion show. >> you got the book too, right? >> yes. i need to start reading that. the line was wrapped around. >>> the fast food feuds. how a new competition is saving us pennies. >>> and the words of advice to a group of graduating seniors. >>> it's a cloudy start this morning. there's already rain drops in a lot of spots. especially down to the south of washington. what's that mean for the weekend? is it really going to rain all day? day? the f♪ alright, let's go. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross
in a very challenging environment with shifting information, at the same time to protect the integrity of the investigation that was going to happen to ensure we brought justice to the people who committed this heinous act. >> the phone record for the a.p. is an issue. the attorney general will stand by the white house fully? >> the president has faith in attorney general holder. our cardinal rule is we don't get involved in independent investigations and this one of those. as a johnson principles, there are two things important we want to balance. one, national security leaks are dangerous. people that put the lives of our intelligence officers, our military at risk. but, two, we have to do it in a way in a balances freedom of press, which is why the president called on congress to pass the media shield law. >> i wonder if the message to congress is put up or shut up. if you're going to criticize me for not being involved, why don't you put up a law that better protects journalists. >> the president has wand this law for years, there's been republican opposition to it it. they've fier
of control over their environment. >> reporter: keeping these animals engaged is essential. what don't they get in human care that they have in the wild? >> wild population are stimulated by the instinct for survival. in human care, we have to find other ways to keep them mentally stimulated. >> reporter: recreating the environment for that stimulation is a 24-hour operation. where does the water come from? sea water that you bring in? >> no, we make the saltwater inhouse. >> reporter: and then there is the food. more than 200 pounds of restaurant grade fish prepared fresh daily. >> they eat better than some people. >> reporter: and they need it. bottle nosed dolphins can weigh as much as 650 pounds. the twists and jumps that seem like a performance to us humans are natural exercises for these mammals. who can swim as fast as 22 miles per hour. though sometimes the most important thing they can do is slow down. training dolphins to participate in their own health care, the reason we can get nice and close to them, see their bodies, have them relaxed. put your hand right up there. and
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